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is morning. good morning, america. happening now. record-shattering cold. another morning of brutal temperatures. 21 states hit with the deep freeze. from wisconsin to florida, some of the lowest temperatures in decades. >> you heard an explosion? yes, something go boom. >> the frozen ground bursting. slabs of ice covering roofs. and now a new storm on the way. developing now. road rage arrest. a suspect in the shooting of the mother of four in custody this morning. taken down after a tense standoff with police. the victim's family outraged at the scene, just one block from their home. the latest twist in the case this morning as police search for a second suspect. dramatic rescue. inside the hunt to catch a killer on the run with a teenage girl. for the first time, the fbi reveals how they saved her. the incredible surveillance video. it's an abc news exclusive.
and it's time for our ultimate oscar preparty. it's the final countdown to the most glamorous night in hollywood. we're live right in the center of hollywood. one on one exclusively with neil patrick harris. >> it's fun to be saucy. >> what he's revealing only on "gma" this morning. and good morning, america. we're in times square this morning. robin, already out in los angeles. at the dolby theater. so much excitement building for the oscars. we're closing in on it robin. >> get on out hereys. get on out here and join us. we can't wait for you the be out here with us. we're live inside the dolby theater. wow, the stage is spectacular. can't show it to you. oscar folks want you to be surprised on sunday.
and wheeln neil patrick harris takes the stage. wow. we're great to feel have a break from the weather you have there in the east. >> robin, i'm grateful i'm getting on a plane right after the show. see you flp we do want to get to the bitter cold. nearly 200 million americans feeling the deep freeze again this morning. dozens of cities hitting record lows. our extreme weather team tracking it all. we begin with ginger outside the studio where it's barely above zero. i don't need to tell that to you. >> ah! that's what so many people are waking up and doing. they're seeing the temperature on the phone and going, it can't be real. it's 2 here in new york city. the wind chill, 11 below. we have broken a record. you know who else has? key west. down into the 50s. poor key west. miami tied a record. charlotte hats broeng it. pittsburgh detroit. now look at another storm.
winter storm watches, ice storm warning for nashville this weekend. a big deal going in from the west. it will be the cold front that creates that president it merges with a warm front. the big pink blob from little rock through nashville. your sunday along i-95, i-80 in pennsylvania could be a wreck. just north of boston tom llamas is there. >> ginger, good yorngmorning to you. it feels like negative 12. the ice is the real danger. this church looks like an ice palace. the icicles, two stories tall. some of them razor sharp. they're really heavy. we were able to break off a chunk safely. this is about 70 pounds. if this hits you, forget it. game over. this morning, the big chill. 21 states hit with a deep freeze. from blinding whiteouts in
kansas city to accidents on snow-covered roads in michigan. this car, pinned by a semi. both drive and passenger surviving. just outside of boston in revere two dogs stranded on a piece of ice that floated 500 feet from the shore. >> they were just in the yard they walked over the snow bank. >> reporter: firefighters using a sled to rescue them. >> you heard an explosion? >> reporter: in middle tennessee, people calling 911 reporting loud explosions. >> it sounded like an explosion underneath. it's like it moved the floor. >> reporter: turns out, it's the frozen ground expanding so much it burst. boston racing for another storm that the mayor tells us could make conditions even more dangerous. >> and the rain comes, freezing weather, it makes it difficult to get around. >> reporter: it's like hitting concrete. overnight, we were on the front
lines of dangerous ice removal in northern massachusetts. slabs of ice six inches thick. so solid, they could only be broken up with an ax and a mallet. this is probably good 45 pounds right here. after more than 100 reported roof collapses in the last week alone, some are fighting back with fire power. watch this man blowtorch the chunk of ice off a building in downtown boston. and that outfit we were with last night, olympic roofing, telling us they're getting 180 calls a day. as soon as they clear the ice, it reappears in the morning. we're going to get the latest on the fight against isis. the president rapped edwrapped up a summit with tough talk. ramping up the war against isis. trying to make it clear that the u.s. is not at war with islam. >> reporter: that's right, george. the president said that it is an ugly lie to say that the united
states sat war with islam. saying instead, the u.s. is at war with those who have perverted islam, as he made those comments the pentagon outlined plans for the largest military operation we have yet seen against isis. this would be an effort to retake the city of mosul in iraq. this is the crowd jewel for isis. this is an operation the pentagon said would involve 20,000 or more iraqi troops going in specifically trained by the united states for this mission. the operation would begin in april or may. and, george it's possible this operation would include some embedded u.s. troops for the purposes of calling in air strikes. that is a decision the president himself would make. >> 2 white house taking incoming in a different way. the former mayor of new york taking on the president saying he doesn't think the president loves america. >> reporter: yeah and giuliani prefaced the comment by saying
it may be a terrible thing to say. the white house response came from eric schultz, who said i agree with him on one thing. it was a horrible thing to say. >> thank you, jon. we'll have more sunday on "this week." all right, george to the latest on the deadly road rage incident in las vegas that left a mother of four dead. and arrest was made thursday after a tense standoff with police. authorities are looking for a second suspect. kendis gibson has the very latest. [ bleep ]. >> reporter: a one-week manhunt coming to a fraptic end in this las vegas neighborhood thursday. cameras rolling at 49-year-old bob meyers learns police have surrounded the alleged killer. >> are you all happy. you made my wife look like an animal and my son. there's the animal a block away! are you happy? >> reporter: dozens of officers armed to the teeth surrounding
erich nowsch. >> please! turn your [ bleep ] phone off. >> reporter: after a tens two-hour standoff police arresting nowsch, just 19 years old, on suspicion of murder, shirt lest and in handcuffs. >> nowsch was taken into custody. the investigation is ongoing. >> reporter: naush has yet to be formally charged. initially described as random road range turned deadly we know tammy meyers knew nowsch. her husband saying she counseled him. >> she was really good to him. she fed him, she gave him money. >> reporter: police say they only learned of the personal connection hours before the standoff. bob meyers said this. >> i couldn't tell you this before. he knew where i lived. >> reporter: nowsch's arrest
just the latest twist in this bizarre and ever-changing case. initially, police say meyers was shot as a result of random road rage while teaching her daughter how the drive. later, authorities revealed she went home after the encounter, rounding up her oldest son who had a gun, and helped them track down the driver. the suspect fold them home and shot her in the driveway. this morning, police say they're still looking for a second suspect. while they believe nowsch pulled the trigger, they're still not sure who was driving the car. this morning, many are wondering what took so long for an arrest? the victim lived and was killed right back there. nowsch lived about a one-minute walk away. he's now facing three felony charges, george? >> can you, kendis. let's get more from ryan smith, our legal analyst. a bizarre story. tough for prosecutors. they have a lot to sort through.
>> that's right. it could be a slam-dunk case for prosecutors. which story do you believe? because in their current account, they're driving around the neighborhood they come upon these folks. these potential suspects. then they leave. in that sense, prosecutors will say they're deescalating. the suspects follow them to the home and open fire. that would point to the suspects being the responsible parties. >> one of the things we look at does nowsch claim he's was firing in self-defense? >> that will be tough to prove. they're saying he followed them home and then opened fire. where is the threat? he would have to claim imminent threat that was deadly and he was trying to fepd thought ing toing to fend that off with equal force. if they knew this guy, knew he was batd news, why not call the police? why not call 911? that will make the case harder for prosecutors. >> meantime another spepect could be on the loose.
we begin with the superbug outbreak at a los angeles hospital. raising concern across the country now. the bacteria linked to two deaths but nearly 180 patients may have been exposed, raising more questions about the design of a hard-to-clean medical instrument used on thousands of patients every year in the united states. here's cecilia vega. >> reporter: this morning, we have learned an 18-year-old student is among the victims of a potentially deadly superbug outbreak. >> his prognosis at this time is guarded but optimistic. >> reporter: an attorney for the teen telling us he spent much of the last three months in icu, after undergoing a common medical procedure at ronald reagan medical center and he remains in the hospital this morning. nearly 200 patients have been exposed to the drug resistant bacteria known as cre. an outbreak linked to possibly
two deaths. >> the symptoms for the patients were immediate. they developed, fevers chills and severe infections. accept sepsis right after undergoing the procedure. >> reporter: the bug was spread during procedures from october through january. ucla saying they followed manufacturer's guide lines. they have a stricter process in place. for "good morning america," cecilia vega abc news los angeles. now a developing story that could have a massive impact on the economy. labor talks that have threatened to shut down ports on the west coast have failed to result in a deal. the u.s. labor secretary is giving both sides one more day to strike a deal or he'll order people to washington. federal agents in michigan have arrested a man they say was trying to fly to the middle east to fight for isis. the 29-year-old iraqi refugee
was arrested at detroit's airport. agents became concerned when he couldn't explain why he bought a one-way ticket. two massive storms lashed the coast of australia. they're being called the cyclone sandwich. winds up to 180 miles an hour. tearing off roofs. triggering flash floods. the surf was so strong this shark washed up on the beach. a big scare in the sky during this air show in india. stunt planes collided clipping wings. despite the impact the pilots kept control and landed safely. later, you could see the extent of the damage. and finally, it appears spell check is so 2014 at the white house. take a look. staffers misspelled february on a media schedule on february 6th. it could happen once right? there it was again.
misspelled on february 9th. and again on february 12th. yet again yesterday. but it's not just the schedule that's misspelled. take a look at the white house blog. february of course wow. this begs the question why did it take reporters so long to notice. it's february 20th right? we finally figured it out. we finally saw it. >> just abbreviate it. >> spell check it. >> i always remember the ru is tricky. >> robin in l.a. hey, robin. >> hey, there, george and everyone. two days until hollywood's biggest night. we're inside the dolby theater with exclusive access. on sunday night, this place will be filled with the big estars in the world. our movie guru chris connelly. i always wanted to be a guru. he's here to preview the names you may here on sunday. >> reporter: you just don't know what could be happening.
birdman versus boyhood. eddie redmayne versus michael keaton. the races seem too tight to breathe. they're not the only ones headed toward a kind of finish line. for all this year's nominees -- >> is this for real or are you shooting a film? >> a film. >> reporter: julian moore's pain stakingly chronicled descent into alzheimer's. >> i need to talk to you. i have something wrong with me. >> reporter: and reese witherspoon's long road toe self-understanding in child. >> there's a sunrise and a sunset every day. you can choose 20 be there for it. >> it's a big passion for me. >> i got a military age mail. on a cell phone watching a convoy, over. >> reporter: with bradley cooper's chris kyle going from the u.s. to a war zone and back.
"american sniper" will compete with best picture -- >> i'm ready to come home. >> reporter: -- along with "selma" reflecting its owe procession from historical event to hard to forget film. >> we're not asking, we're demanding. give us the vote. >> reporter: consider as well the irresistible backstage kor doors. emma stone and michael keaton. >> everyone had to figure out how to make this thing work. >> wish i could use the bumpers. >> bumpers are for kids. >> reporter: boyhood's years, 12 years, real years. in including patricia arquette. >> i never majd i would be nominated for an academy award. >> reporter: or since the 70 years that have passed since allen touring helped win world war ii. >> all you have to do is ask me
a a question. >> you gotta stop sneaking up on me like that. >> reporter: and walking the path for the first time born to host hero neil patrick harris, set to unleash his many mad skills. all kinds of roads. all leading to sunday's red carpet. and an awards ready to provide suspense and delight as these journeys end. that should be a guarantee. what is the vibe? >> oscar is in a lather right now. best actor is up in the air. bradley cooper seems to be coming out of nowhere, given his performance in "american sniper" against guys like keaton and redmayne. and best picture is a tossup. "birdman." "boy "boyhood." >> and the voting just ended last week. >> it did. >> the fun part is having oscar stand between us. love that. thank you, chris. george?
>> thanks, guys. you can tune into the oscars sunday night at 7:00, 6:00 stral central right here on abc. we go to ginger and billings. >> billings 60 yesterday. the ridge out west. jacksonville their high was 42. it's a huge difference across the nation in places that you wouldn't see it this warm. 70 albuquerque. 78 las vegas. the oscars forecast looking like sprinkles on sunday.
>> the bigger temperatures the air temperature, the number of below is the feels like temperature. feels like 18 degrees below zero in gaithersburg. the windchill advisory is in effect until noon. lots of sunshine all day long, 14 degrees by lunchtime, 18 degrees by 5:00 p.m., a winter storm watch is in effect for and coming up on "gma," inside the mind of the killer at the "american sniper" trial. what one doctor says eddie routh was thinking when he killed chris kyle. and the dramatic rescue. the fbi saving a teenager from a kidnapping killer. robin's one on one with neil
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there are a bunch of school closings and delays this morning. make sure you check the bottom of your screen right now. you could only said to our website, wjla.com. in the meantime, let's get over to check taylor with a look at your friday morning commute. >> it has been a calm friday for a morning commute, if you will. let's start with the freeway near main avenue westbound as you approach just before the camera shot we have an accident affecting three lanes causing an unusual delay coming off of the 11th street bridge. the orange line, still single tracking through the east falls church station this morning, you can expect delays. all of the information is available on wjla.com. 66 eastbound as you approach the beltway, delays because of crowding on the right side of the roadway before the exit to get on the outer loop. how cold is it really going to be? >> really? 14 degrees below zero is what it feels like right now in dallas
and gaithersburg. 13 degrees below in baltimore, we have a windchill advisory in effect through noon. lots of sunshine, fairly steady temperatures, 15 is the average low. wintry weather moving in tomorrow through the afternoon and evening. you can find more on our website. >> thank you for watching. the news continues with more
good morning, america. right now, bone-chilling cold being felt in 21 state this is morning with record lows all the way down to florida. and more snow on the way. right now, the prosecution set to begin its rebuttal in the "american sniper trial." and never before seen footage of the fbi rescuing a kidnapped california teen. a lot to get to on this friday morning. we're all packed, ready to go the los angeles for the oscars on sunday night. >> whoa whoa whoa whoa whoa. >> and by we -- >> george still down here. >> somebody get that man a ticket. robin, what's going on? >> happy to be a part of the scout team to be able to properly welcome you once you all arrive here. in a couple of days. hey, we have exclusive access to the beautiful, spectacular dolby
theater this morning. this place is ready to go for sunday night. a lot of it is being kept under wraps. our friends at the academy are letting us share a few secrets. first, the "american sniper" trial. a ke medical expert on the stand yesterday. this morning, the prosecution with rebuttal. >> reporter: eddie routh's lawyers resting their case on thursday. one doctor was called to testify that he was insane. dr. mitchell dunn says while chris kyle could be a war hero to many. >> our family thaengs you for your service. >> reporter: to eddie routh on the day he killed kril and his friend they were pig assassins.
routh doesn't look up. kyle's rid doe, taya shakes her head. the defense is paying this expert $400 an hour. and routh is a fan of the pig-hunting reality show "boss hog." prosecutors attack routh's mother for not alerting chris kyle her son was this a mental hospital just one week before the gun range. you didn't think that would be useful information? maybe information that might have saved chris kyle's life? it doesn't occur to me at the time she responds. the jury could decide routh's fate as soon as monday. for "good morning america," ryan owens, abc news stephenville texas. an inside look at kidnapped california teen hannah anderson. hen she was abducted by a family friend two years ago. for the first time we're seeing
how the fbi saved her. pierre thomas has this exclusive. >> reporter: it was the ugliest of nightmare scenarios. a california house on fire. in the ashes, a shocking discovery. charred remains. christina anderson bound and gagged. nearby her 8-year-old son ethan. they had been killed. her daughter 16-year-old hannah was missing. the prime suspect, a trusted family friend 40-year-old james dimaggio. >> i'm begging you to let my daughter go. you've taken everything else. >> reporter: amber alerts issued. a massive search launched. the fbi called in to help. is there there's no turning back for him. i think he thought he and hannah would have a relationship. >> reporter: six days later, nearly 1,000 miles away. horse back riders their cascade, idaho, report seeing two people matching the descriptions. >> the first positive lead we had. >> reporter: the fbi september up a jet with a sophisticated
long-range camera. this is video exclusively obtained by abc news. look they discover a blue tent. then a dramatic moment two people. look again. it's hannah and dimaggio. dimaggio takes off his shirt and moves toward hannah. later, hannah waves. dimaggio never notices. he's over to the right tending the fire. hannah keeps waving. is she signalling the aircraft? it was time for the hostage rescue team to react. the assistant direct e oversaw the effort. >> they start ascending the morehead ridge, up around around for three miles. >> stealth was the key. >> steelt was the key. >> reporter: these photographs of the camp site seen for the first time give a hint of what the fbi believes was a dicey situation. this is dimaggio's tent. a rifle, a handgun, a machete.
>> he's going to gather wood. once he got far enough away they made the last move, the final approach. >> reporter: daylight starting to fade. the airplane's infrared camera captures everything. hannah starting running. she's joined by at least two fbi agents. one of them grabs her hand. watch again, the moment of freedom. >> there's the moment of silence. the next thing we hear is shots fired. and we heard one down hard. and jackpot. we heard jackpot, it was an indication that we knew hannah was okay. >> reporter: as for dimaggio, he fired at least one shot. the fbi returns fire and the race against time was over. lara? george? >> amazing video. wow. >> incredible to see that. >> what a self-possessed young woman who waved while he was walking away. let's get to ginger and the weather. >> spring's 28 days away. mean anything to you?
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ready for hollywood's biggest night. we want to get back torobin, ing ground work for u the dolby theater. hi rob. >> i told neil we invited ourselves over to his new place. remember in "pop news" he was fine with that. this man was born to host. the man with a magic touch. he's hosted the emmys twice, won the emmy each of the four times he's hosted the tonys. and now the ultimate hosting gig, the academy awards. we hung out. he told me how he's getting it ready. he's the man everyone is buzzing about. >> neil to your right. >> reporter: neil patrick harris a titan of talent. actor. author. singer. >> it's "pippin wp gts. >> reporter: and host ex extroardinaire. congratulations. >> thank you. >> reporter: only a handful of
people can say they've been asked to host the oscars. >> true. it's quite an honor. >> reporter: another honor in what has been a huge year for the 41-year-old star. >> i had just finished "how i met your mother." and i did "hedwig." and a had a book out. as soon as the book tour is done and those 50 million people buy this book and not amy poehler's, then everything is done. then you get a call will you host the oscars? and i had to say yes. >> reporter: what is your earliest memory of watching the oscars? >> i remember johnny carson in the tuxedo '70s, '80s bow tie. being classy and cool. >> reporter: were you thinking at the time i want to be on that stage? >> i think everyone that watches the oscars thinks wouldn't it be fun to be on it? how many people stand in front of a mirror and practice their acceptance speech.
have you done it? >> reporter: oh, the hair brush. it's a given. you said it's about diction. >> tons. inflection and diction. benedict cumberbatch. >> you said it wrong. it's a there's a "t" at the end. i go through all the vowels. he's so talented. you can't make fun of him about it. with a name like benedict cumberbatch, you should be able to make fun of him. but he's so kind and nice. it's just a cool name i guess. >> reporter: long before oscar's stage was in sight, there was this. >> my first film was "clara's heart." >> reporter: 15 years old. you appeared on "goodning america." >> oh, come on. seriously? that's awesome. it was great.
i think it's every child's dream to yell at their parents. who chose that shirt? i'm already judging the awards. >> reporter: was that a tie? >> was that a tie? how dare you. >> was that a tie? we are going to play game here. all-time favorite movie? >> clu. >> reporter: the movie that made you cry. >> cocoon. >> reporter: your life is made into a movie your choice to play you? >> jamie foxx. >> i can see it. i can totally see it. >> he can sing. handsome handsome. >> reporter: to thank you, we know that nutrition is -- >> got me presents? >> reporter: so we have your drink? >> rose wine? oh my gosh red wine. >> reporter: it's the beet ginger. it looked much better um about an hour or so ago. >> apple carrot ginger with some
beet? wow. what a treat this is. >> reporter: i feel that sunday is going to be legend wait for it dary. >> well said. mm-hmm. mm-hmm. >> reporter: oh my gosh. >> clear. i love it. thank you. >> reporter: oh oh. apple carrot ginger beet. he's such a trooper for drinking that. he is so pumped. so relaxed. it was on his bucket list to be the host of this. and, he is going to put everybody at east. he's got magic trips. he told us a few things going on. he'll be ready come sunday. i know you all will be too. >> i can't wait. every time he hosts. >> he seems just so ready for it. it's great. >> he's relaxed. he's himself. that was a fun interview.
did you really drink it? >> no did i? oh no are you kidding me. i couldn't believe -- it did -- he was running a little late. rehearsal went late. when he had it originally it looked good. it kind of separated. hey, we'll have much more on "world news" with david muir tonight and on "nightline." >> and we'll send him good red wine after the show. >> talk soon. coming up here on "good morning america," the surprising person being blamed for the bitter cold. the all points bulletin this morning. t it is... the food, stress or running around but sometimes i feel bloated or gassy, with rumbling, uncomfortable. i feel sluggish and cranky. grrrr! (dog wimpers) you're right, bailey! i need a change! i'm taking the activia challenge! enjoying activia twice a day for four weeks may help reduce the frequency of minor digestive issues like bloating, gas discomfort and rumbling. and if your tummy smiles you can feel like you. try the activia
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>> good morning. i am jummy olabanji. dozens of school delays and closings this morning. we have that information scrolling on the bottom of your screen, but you can always go to our website, wjla.com. jack taylor is with us over at wto p. >> a tough morning getting across the freeway headed towards the third street tunnel. stacked up with problems on the
freeway before and after the exit to the third street tunnel on the left side of the roadway, district authorities are dealing at this point. metro rail, the orange and silver lines, no longer silver -- single tracking. the george washington parkway after 123, blocking the left lane, park police are with it. sonny with wind, i have not seen much more. >> the wind makes it feel 10 degrees to 15 degrees colder than the air temperatures in the single digits. 16 degrees at reagan national, five degrees we tracked down, record-breaking temperatures early this morning. lunchtime, working degrees. 18 is the high this afternoon. lots of sunshine and because those cluster he wins this morning, windchill advisories until noon. stormwatch in effect until the western zones with five inches
good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. and time for our ultimate oscar blowout. we go behind the scenes of the academy awards. how you can be an insider on hollywood's biggest night. what to watch for on the red carpet and during the show. and all about iggy azalea's new trouble. the superstar quits social media after being bullied online. why the rapper has one last problem without the internet. ♪ this time baby ♪ and coffee lovers rejoice. new research on caffeine consumption, good news for your morning joe. ♪ i bust the windows out ♪ all that and the sensation gnat jazmine sullivan performing live as we say -- >> good morning, america. hey.
i love that hat. love jazmine sullivan there in the social square getting ready for the oscars. signing a few at graphs. and amanda seales is spinning the tunes on this deejay friday. and we also have a "gma" glam station going full tilt. everyone getting red carpet ready. we're giving the star treatment out this morning. we'll show you that coming up. >> we'll join robin in l.a. soon sorry, t.j. we had some sparkling sider to toast the big week end. but, it's all right. >> we'll share. we'll share. >> we're family. >> thank you. cheers. >> cheers. and robin is on the red carpet now. do you have your glass of bubbly? >> i do i do. cheers. it's better than throwing jerseys across country and high-fiving with each other. this is much more sooiflized.
and good morning to all of you. [ cheers ] >> it really is cider. it really is cider. i'm outside now, but we're going up the stairs and take you back inside the dolby theater coming up and give you an exclusive sneak peek of the reversalserehearsals. >> the cider beats beet juice. good morning, everyone. we begin with the record-shattering cold ginger has been telling us all about and we're all feeling. 21 states from wisconsin to florida in a deep freeze. 8 below in chicago. a record low of 7 degrees in washington, d.c. this morning. and it's a balmy 2 in new york city. even in florida, temperatures dipping into the 30s. some schools down south are closed. others september out phone messages reminding parents to dress their children in layers
today. meanwhile, another storm is about to sweep the country. we'll have more on that in ginger's forecast coming up. meantime breaking news overseas in the standoff with russia. more than 20 russian tanks have reportedly crossed into ukraine this morning. escalating tensions and raising more doubts about a fragile cease-fire agreement. police in las vegas are searching for a second 179 insuspect in the road rage shooting that left a mother of four dead. tammy meyers' 19-year-old neighbor was arrested after a tense standoff. first, the authorities said the shooting was random road range. her husband has said meyers knew the suspect and even counseled him and gave him money. they don't know who was driving the car. in medic news if you're pondering the second or third cup of coffee go ahead and indulge. three to five cups a day may be good for you helping to prevent
diabetes and heart disease. doctors urge go easy on the cream and sugar. in chicago, the theft of a doggie day caravan full of dogs my have been a crime of opportunity. take a look at the video released. two men walking up to the unattended van, which had been left unlock and running. they drive off. one man later points a gun at a witness. all seven dogs are safe this morning. the thieves ditched the van. it was found the following morning. a birthday dinner that paid off for a police officer in massachusetts. mike serrino found a small, egg-shaped object in his seafood stew six years ago. he thought et was pretty. he and his wife decided to keep it. it's a jelly bean sized lavender pearl.
it's worth up to $15,000. it goes to auction nextmonth. he said i'm going to buy a corvette. his wife said no, we're getting a new kitchen. guess who won that one? >> it's not even close. >> kitchen it is. pop news and weather coming up. let's go t.j. in the social square. >> hey, there, folks. y'all have your own stars on the walk of well social square. there they are. we got a party going in here today. up first in "pop news" telling you about queen elizabeth. you want to rub shoulders with her, you have an opportunity. iggy azalea has stopped social media. and, george kotsiopoulos. he'll have our awesome forecast for today. and the lovely and talented jazmine is here with us as well. your morning menu. all coming up. we got a party going on in here,
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job opening. there's a job opening. if you have ever dreamed of rubbing shoulders with royalty, this is for you. the personal chauffeur to queen elizabeth and the royal family. it involves planning routes maintaining vehicles. driving the queen and other members of the royal family. they must have the ability to remain calm under pressure. they have that in there. what do you think a job like this would pay? something this important? >> not enough. >> not enough. >> 37 grand. 37,000. >> no. >> i kid you not. ? what are the perks? >> i kid you not. it's an on-site gig. maybe you don't have to pay housing. it's a $37 a year job to drive the queen. you look shocked by this. >> yeah. >> that's the get. >> the insurance would cost that much. >> it's a very important job. everyone here is heading to l.a. after the show except for
who, george? >> t.j. >> there it is. we kno oscars the show itself is coming up on sunday. part of the tradition now, jimmy kimmel hosting the tenth annual after the oscars. he gave us a sneak peek. >> repeat after me. hello, i'm fancy british man. >> hello. i'm fancy british man. >> talk like british people. e ello. >> ello. i'm -- >> why is this so difficult for you? you're from there? >> of course. he's channeling his inner j.k. simmons from "whiplash." eddie redmayne playing along. you expect to see other stars.
mila kunis, emily blount matt damon maybe. >> of course we will. >> it airs live after the late local news. eastern and central time. at 10:00 p.m. pacific time. >> what are you going to do during the oscars? >> i got to go to work. i'll go into work early. >> to cover the oscars. >> not exactly, george. one last thing. a lot of crazy oscars fashion. pay attention though this guy. zack king. he's got what is an invisible suit. doing this on the red carpet with sara haines. check out whalt he does here. >> spin for us. >> you see that? >> oh that's incredible. >> we don't know how takes it took to get this right. he plays along. he strikes the pose, he disappears. he has 2.5 million followers. he's known for his magic vines. his viral version of david
blaine he calls himself. imagine what is possible campaign. throughout the week oscar week they've been doing these. that was one we thought was one of the cool ones. >> david blaine if david blaine used cardboard and velcro. >> if you go out there, tell them i said hi. >> this guy's going next year. >> next year? my goodness yes, it's cold. where are you from? >> lumberton, north carolina. >> most folks don't know where that is. charlotte broke a record this morning. in the single digits. you're not that much cooler here. where it's also very cold and records being broken? florida. hard freeze warnings this morning. let's look at the numbers. oh my goodness. wind chill advisory. key west broke a record.
we're not alone. we're watching the new storm. along that warm front. we'll bring up rain showers. strong storms. saturday night through early sunday. look at the pink line. that represents where the freezing line will be. and so i'm concerned about ice in a lot of places. it look like boston will get snow. and a>> dangerous cold this m morning. as i take you h hour by hour we will finally be into the double digigits by 10:00, 14 degrees by noon, highs in the upper teens with the windchill advisory in effect untntil noon for the subzerfeels like f factors. tomorrow, wintry weaer possssibible for the counties in blue, wherfive inches or more of snow are ssibible. we h have a look k at the accumulaon and [ cheers and applause ] >> i need to get this hat right
here. what's your name? >> samantha. >> i'm not going to take it from you. i'll try to get you inside. let's get in there, guys. >> thank you, ginger. thank you, samantha. first up iggy azalea is lashing out at online bullies. she's saying she's giving up social media after people attacked pictures of her in a bikini taken by paparazzi. abbie boudreau has the story. ♪ i'm so fancy you already know ♪ >> reporter: the fancy phenom not afraid to take on the haters. this morning it's the real-life harts shaking up iggy azalea. these revealing paparazzi photos snapped during the 21-year-old's hawaiian getaway. reportedly sparking online bullying and body shaming. just got back from a great vacation came online and saw it's apparently shocking and unheard of to be a woman and
have cellulite. calling the internet, the ugliest reflection of mankind. the real shocker? announcing her breakup with social media. love you all. piece out. >> social immediate ya lows everyone to have an opinion. you have to rise above the negative things in order to succeed in life. >> reporter: the 24-year-old no stranger to twitter trouble. recently getting into online feuds with papa john's and fellow rapper snoop dogg and azalea banks. >> she didn't want to get in another war of words. >> reporter: she's not the first celeb to unplug. in 2012 nicki minaj deleted her twitter account for eight days reportedly over leaked snippets of a leaked album. and chrissy teigen tapping out for a little bit after receiving death threats.
♪ black widow baby ♪ >> reporter: she says her people will keep her account updated. >> good for her. joining us is dr. robyn silverman. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> do you agree? >> i think for some people it be very overwhelming to be on social media. and to be a target. so if you feel like it's involving your brain, your behavior it's not working for you, it's not going to be a healthy choice to stay on social media. if being with fans and your friends outweighs, it go but note, if it is cyberbullying, it needs to be documented and reported. >> don't get on the ride. there will be lovers and haters. over half of teens have been bullied online. what should a parent tell their child if they have experienced that or if they find out that the child is bullying? >> look when i am presenting to parents, it's a very common question.
what do i say? the moment your child comes to you and says i'm being bull lid, in any way, the most powerful thing you can say is i'm sorry this is happening to you. validating their feelings. thank you for coming to me. it takes a lot of courage to do this. we're going to figure this out together. they're not alone. know that we need to parent our children offline and online. make sure they're respectful in both respects. >> words can hurt. thank you, dr. robyn silverman. the mom raking in big money with her small business. alicia is one of the most successful serls on etsy pulling in $70,000 a month. becky worry went to find out how she does it. >> reporter: etsy, the online market plais for sueewers, knitters and crafters. >> i want to pay for dance
lessons. or my son's soccer. >> reporter: she launched with homemade head bands and sox. then the flood gates opened. >> every month, as a business we gross anywhere from about $70,000 to $80,000. >> reporter: $70,000 to $80,000 a month on etsy. that's insane? >> i was hoping to make $100 a week. >> reporter: that's a reasonable expectation. 50% of sellers make less than $100 from their shops all year. she started by sewing everything herself. i have this vision of santa's workshop and you frantically making stuff. was it like that? >> it was. there was stuff everywhere. and literally sitting there crying. i didn't have -- i'm like i only have so many hours to get stuff done. >> reporter: when she recovered from that flood of orders she started hiring friends.
and most importantly, a professional photographer and a model. she pays herself a salary of $55,000 a year and reinvests the rest into her business and employees. she's become a true cottage industry in rural california. people think if you live in the country you can't run a successful business. >> oh no no to. you can run any business now with the internet. >> reporter: that's fact that this enter prizing mom has proved on etsy. for "good morning america," becky worley livermore, california. >> good for her. we want to go out to robin in l.a. >> yes, george finally, our heat index. the secrets, the secrets of the show. how does it all come together? this woman right here sara haines you're about to tell us. went behind the scenes. >> i am. you can feel it here. two nights before the big night pip got xhans to sit down with
the man responsible for entertainment's biggest night of the year. ♪ it's the most glamorous countdown to hollywood's biggest night of the year. during the hectic rehearsal schedule we sat down with coexecutive producer of the academy awards neil marin. hoping to uncover seek reets. what makes a great broadcast? >> surprise. >> reporter: tease sners. >> there will be magic, song dance. >> maybe we just go boom and boom and boom and boom and boom. >> neil patrick harris. >> we'll make the most of every talent neil has. we like to tease the secrets without giving them away. we announced jennifer hudson. we don't say hat she's doing. lady gaga we don't sigh what
she's doing. >> reporter: wow. backstage, we got a private tour of the architectural digest green room. >> this is only for performers. presenters. and nominees. no entourage or handlers can't come back here. >> reporter: so what you're telling me is i won't be back here again? >> and neither will i. >> reporter: and the twitter mirror is the only camera allowed. inside the exclusive suite. yay. yo we look so dramatic. top secret our cameras did catch a glimpse of the secret talent neil hat rick harris will bring to the big show. >> bum, bum, bum. >> we don't need profile anymore. >> reporter: and sunday night's music, a live ork tra, playing ten blocks away at the capitol records builting.
security is tight at rehearsals. >> no cameras. it's for sara. >> reporter: go away. neil is taking me in. >> but it's beautiful. [ gasps ] >> oh, oh! >> i went right in. and only neil could show me that. if you follow neil meron on twitter, he's reveals sneak peeks and teerzasers. >> isn't he wonderful? >> he's lovely. he con sums a lot of tv. he was quoting things i have never seen on our show. >> will you or will you be back in the next half hour snrvelgts? >> i don't know. i have really hot twin. >> mm-hmm. mm-hmm. it will all make sense. and lara saturday night special, countdown to the oscars.
it starts at 8:00 eastern, 7:00 central on, a bc. all leading up to the big oscar night on sunday starting at 7:00 6:00 p.m. central on abc. lara and sara will be with me here on the red carpet. jess cagle will be here as well. so much to tell everybody about, right, lara? >> that's right. thanks for the plugs, guys. sara can't wait to see your alter-ego coming up. we have so much more from a glamorous "good morning america." ♪ won't you take me to funky town ♪
>> good morning. the time it now is a 20 7 a.m. and we just learned -- the timer20 7 a.m. and we just learned that the following schools are closed -- barack obama elementary, chapel hill and north you elementary. we have a computer -- complete list of closings on her website. in the meantime we are heading over to jack taylor for a look at the commute today. >> there was a vehicle fire downtown west mound blocking to left lanes. unfortunately to fight the fire they had to use water, so now the road is frozen.
295 is solid in both directions. leaving the beltway towards glen echo, remember we already have the early morning water main break on the clara barton parkway. all right, give us the bad news. is it going to ever warm up? >> believe it or not it will. windchill values right now are between five degrees and 15 degrees below zero with a windchill advisory in effect until noon but in the temperature department we will climb by 14 degrees, though it is not a huge improvement, we will have lots of sunshine all day long. tomorrow, wintry weather for the counties in blue with five inches or more total of snow. we will monitor it closely for you. other than that, milder air moves in by sunday. >> all right, thank you. as a small business owner you wouldn't deliver just half of what you have to offer to your customers.
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♪ and welcome back to our oscar preparty this friday morning. moments away from "gma" pictures. you know this one. i guess we have uncovered some lost -- >> is that a new studio george? >> yes, we have recovered some lost anchor editions. and amanda seales is with us spinning all the lovely ladies into this oscar weekend. tgif guys. and we have robin outside the dolby theater warming up the red carpet for us. we'll check back in with robin in just a bit. but first -- >> but first. here we go. this is one of our favorite parts of the countdown to oscar sunday. especially george's. >> yeah. >> it's our fourth annual "gma" pictures presents. where we take on roles in oscar-nominated films. this year we believe is extra special because, we have unearthed the lost tapes of my
fellow anchors auditioning for roles in someyear's biggest movies. before they were on "gma," they were this. >> young jeezy take 99. ♪ i hate to leave, i have to though into the woods, it's time ♪ >> the way is clear. ♪ the light is good i have no fear no no one should ♪ ♪ the woods are just trees the trees are just woods i sort of hate to ask it but do you have a basket ♪ >> whip larve, take 77. >> not quite my tempo. it's all good. no worryiesworries. here we go. dragging just a hair. ♪ rushing. five six, seven, eight.
♪ >> quiet on the set. amy robes, wild take 69. >> i have only another 300 miles left to walk. i'm desperate for it to be over. >> what's in here? oh. don't think i'll be using these. uh, i don't think about that. i deserve this. >> tara spencer, "boyhood" take 3017. >> in 2002, richard cast a 1-year-old boy. in the next 12 years, they maid history. "boyhood" touches something deep
and true. there has never been anything like this film. "boyhood" rated "r." >> still shooting? >> amy robach gone girl take iv. >> as you all know my wife amy elliott dunn disappeared three days ago. i had nothing to do with the disappearance of my wife. i have nothing to hide. >> nick dunn took my pride and my dignity and my hope and my money. he took and took from me until i no longer existed. and my lazy lying, cheating oblivious husband will go to prison for my murder. ♪ >> birdman ginger zee, take 127. ♪ baby can you understand me now ♪ >> you are the original man. let's make a comeback.
you're birdman. you are a god. >> music. ♪ >> that um -- >> the baby back. >> the baby mighteveral appearance throughout the year. but more importantly, robin is in hollywood. do we have any shot of making it in hollywood? >> uh you know what? i'm not the one to ask. maybe janice perhaps, could be better. >> no you don't. that's the answer to that one. you don't. >> the expert has -- spoken. what -- isn't there anyone that i work with that could -- >> i was told i was working with professionals that do it all the time. then i saw that which you just saw. it was kind of a waste of my time, if you understand what i mean. you guys are sweet people. but maybe you should find something else to do. >> i beg to differ. i thought i saw stellar people that could be walking up the
stairs. >> we clearly weren't watching the same show. >> i'm trying my best lara. >> thank you, robin. so much. to be clear, we'll keep our day jobs. anybody else hear that? i was wondering where she was. [ bird cawing ] i guess you didn't hear janice the casting director. >> it wasn't good. >> it's not happening. sfland the costumes don't make it better. >> bigger costumes flying. come on. ca-caw. >> are you trying for birdman on mama's family? >> i don't know. >> michael keaton. >> what ginger looks like in 30 years. >> michael keaton, if you're watching, help. >> ginger what is the weather like up there? >> hey, how about we do that?
i'm elevated. it will be colder. can you get me back over. my graphics are going to be over here. there we go. and -- begin. we have an oscars forecast for you. sprinkles. i'm going to get my wings wet on sunday. a few showers. any way. it will be 68 for a high. you know, we are concerned this week end. this is a weekend getaway and ice forecast from arkansas up to the northeas >> a record low of six degrees this morning, but with the breeze it actually feels between 10 degrees and 20 degrees below zero. throughout the >> hey, guess what? you can do this too. get in on all the oscar action this weekend, right from your couch our sponsor, jc penney has two
amazing ways to get involved. playing along with the rest. go to goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! to find out more. george? i love these wings. >> a high degree of difficulty. well done ginger. >> well, the wedgie that ensues. >> oh no. we etch got wedgie in this morning. happy friday. more oscar predictions ahead. ♪
♪ ♪ broken glass ♪ we're back here live in hollywood. we're just going stay around for the next couple of days. we continue the countdown can jess cagle, editorial director of people and entertainment weekly. the sixth time you have done this? >> yes. i'm a vet. >> give us a feel of what we can expect this year. >> i think this year it will be very much like an opening ceremony. you know we're going to -- i'm going to be there with you. we'll be talking to the stars.
seeing what they're wearing. who shows up with who. we'll be looking at the inside scoop on the races and all of that. the journey. the journey. >> the journey to the red carpet is a culmination of a lot of work for a lot of people. some of these actors have killed to be on the red carpet. meryl streep will stop at nothing. the trail of carnage in her way to get to this. >> true. walking these very steps up to the shooter, on sunday and the stage and on that stage is going to be none other than the host. >> one of the greatest entertainers of our time. that is not an overstatement. neil patrick harris listen he's a comedian. a song and dance man. a magician. i think we're going to be seeing him bring all of his talents into play. at least i hope so. >> kind of tight here. how about best picture? >> best picture. eight nominees.
"american sniper" the biggest hit of the nominees. but it comes down to "boyhood" versus "birdman." both really really innovative films. very good. it's a tight race. it's a tight race between those two. >> what could have put "birdman" over the edge ginger what she just did. if they're up there winning the oscar, i think they have ginger to thank. >> i hope they're watching today. and we'll learn something from h show. >> what is the one category that you're like hey, i can't try to pick it? >> the most exciting race is best actor. steve carell michael keaton eddie redmayne michael keaton a huge comeback. and eddie redmayne one of the greatest screen per fom manss of
all time. >> what are you thinking? >> i'm going to guess eddie redmayne? >> i think people go sent me tall with keaton. >> i'm only guessing because eddie redmayne won the screen actor's guild award. >> there are tea leaves to be read. >> like the guild awards. if you look at who won those, you can sometimes predict. >> see you on sunday jess. >> cannot wait. >> it will be fun. amy? awards season is not just about who wins. it's about what everyone is wearing. join inging us now is sent stylist and fashion designer george kotsiopoulos. thank you for being with us. >> isn't it really what everyone is wearing? >> you picked a couple of women that have stood out in the red carpet the last few weeks. let's start with julianne moore.
>> the red tom ford that she wore with the plunging neckline is fabulous. she's bringing out a lot of sex appeal. the green givenchy cow tour. the sparkly silver one with the feathers also givenchy. she's going to bring it. >> like sexy sophistication. what do those looks suggest in terms of what she may wear on oscar sunday? >> she could go more streamlined and sleek. i think this is a great way of a woman of a certain age to be sexy and subtle. it's not a crop top. it's not too revealing. there's just little subtle cutouts. it's sleek and streamlined. she could win. what a way to go? simple and black. >> that's beautiful. >> not something that will overpower her award. >> you don't want to wear the dress. you want to wear the dress. you don't want the dress to wear you.
mary thank you so much. viola days with an amazing year. she's won a s.a.g., a people's choice. you say she's been killing it on the red carpet. >> she's fabulous. her skin is gorgeous. like a blank canvas. she can wear any color she wants. elegant, streamlined, effortless. the white max. the spink escada. and the red strapless. >> it was gorgeous. >> that was at the golden globes. she could do a little bit more fun because she's a presenter. have fun with prints. maybe some lace and gold. >> so this is cody in a metallic lace and gold and black. >> this is from represent the runway. this is accessible for women. if you're having an oscar party and you want to go black tie. i would do that. maybe not that gown on me. >> what about the black? do you think we'll see black at the oscars? >> i think we could.
she's a presenter. she may not want to stand out too much. >> or maybe she does. what woman doesn't want to stand out? >> it's a subtle print. i think because she's a presenter sherks could go with a print. >> they're both gorgeous dresses. can't wait to talk about fashion in the days to come. thank you, george. see you in l.a. coming up red hot r&b singer jazmine sullivan performing live. stay with us. >> whoo! yeah!
her new album has rocketed to top of the charts. here's jazmine now with "if you dare." ♪ >> everybody clap your hands like this. come on. it's time to wake up, america. ♪ why you only see in black and white you should be living in color ♪ ♪ you're walking now but you were made to fly ♪ ♪ don't be scared to fly stop thinking small when you're larger than life ♪ ♪ you're amazing, so am i let's dress up fancy and drink wine ♪ ♪ let's go crazy don't be scared ♪ ♪ cause we can conquer the world we can conquer the world if you ♪ ♪ whoa, whoa, whoa ♪ ♪ whoa whoa whoa ♪
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>> good morning. let's get right over to check taylor in the traffic center. >> eastbound him of dulles toll road they have an accident to get onto the outer loop of the beltway, virginia state authorities are on the scene. only causing a minor delay. the big problem had been on the westbound freeway near the third street tunnel. delays are beginning to ease up, but it will take a while to get to the 11th street bridge. give me the good news and then the bad news. is there good news? >> there is. by sunday we will be in the 45. but right now, single digits with sunshine, a chance for snow in the morning eventually transitioning into freezing rain and sleet, tomorrow could be on the messy side, a winter storm watch in effect for frederick and northern fauquier counties,
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